Teach Science with Science Fiction Films
A Guide for Teachers and Library Media Specialists
by Terence W. Cavanaugh and Cathy Cavanaugh
January 2004, 184pp, 8 1/2x11
1 volume, Linworth

Paperback: 978-1-58683-171-4
$44.95, £34, 38€, A65

Use an interactive approach to keep students engaged and excited about learning science with 25 teaching modules that cover ten major science areas. 
• One-of-a-kind tool that covers all areas of science with films
• Make learning fun while meeting science and information literacy standards

Terence W. Cavanaugh is a visiting assistant professor at University of North Florida in Jacksonville, FL.

Cathy Cavanaugh is an assistant professor at University of North Florida, Curriculum & Instruction in Jacksonville, FL.

Reviews

"This guide contains lessons using films and television programs including Star Trek, Fantastic Voyage, and Finding Nemo. The guide is divided into 11 chapters, each representing a different branch of science. Each unit includes information on standards, library and reading extensions, and Web resources. There are vocabulary words, discussion questions, and a lab activity that relates to the material presented in the film."—Library Media Connection, March 1, 2005
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